The Board of OpenAI, the AI startup behind ChatGPT, removed CEO Sam Altman, leading to backlash from investors, partners, and employees. Reports suggest that the board is now considering bringing Altman back after facing ire and panic from investors, including Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Venture capital backers are contemplating a lawsuit against the board, while Microsoft's leverage could have a significant impact on OpenAI's financial position. As a result of the CEO's removal, top AI researchers and executives have resigned, perceiving a power struggle within the board. Altman and co-founder Greg Brockman are reportedly approaching investors for a new venture.
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